[H-GEN] test

Sarah Walters sarah at uow.edu.au
Sun May 12 18:57:51 EDT 2002


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I like Mutt :)

On Sat, May 11, 2002 at 01:32:58PM +1000, Sandra Milne wrote:
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> At 13:06 11/05/2002 +1000, you wrote:
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> >Sandra Milne <silne at optushome.com.au> writes:
> >
> > > I'm back using eudora, having decided that spyware isn't as much
> > > of a hassle as trying to find a free mail client that doesn't send
> > > html email by default.
> >
> >Emacs (and thus Gnus) is available for a vast number of platforms.
> 
> I know I probably shouldn't listen to what people say about emacs, but I 
> hear it's not very easy to use. "Bloatware" is another term I hear often 
> when people are talking about emacs. No I'm not starting a flamewar, but 
> I'd be interested in hearing from somebody who uses emacs just how 
> easy/difficult it is to learn, and whether it's worth the disk space.
> 
> Sandra.
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